One of Cincinnati’s favorite performers is coming back to the Queen City.
There were no Miley nor Kanye moments at the Cincinnati Entertainment Awards. No winners shed tears of joy. The evening needed to chug a case of Red Bull.
Much to the delight of music fans across the Tri-State, Willie Nelson will join a star-studded cast for the Buckle Up Music Festival .
Grammy-winning superstar Bruno Mars is set to make a stop in the Queen City during his “Moonshine Jungle World Tour.”
WCPO's Matt Peiken brings you out front of the Madison Theater to hear from a splash of nominated artists, then takes you inside for highlights from CityBeat's 17th annual Cincinnati Entertainment Awards.
The 17th annual Cincinnati Entertainment Awards presented by CityBeat were held at the Madison Theater on Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014. The ceremony honored local musicians for their work in 2013.
The Bunbury Music Festival has just announced three major acts for this summer's event.
Can you give WCPO arts reporter Matt Peiken a reason to haul his drums up from his basement?
It’s difficult to say which is the greater Northern Kentucky institution — Bobby Mackey or his nightclub. After 35 years of making his way largely by performing the standards of his country music forefathers—George Jones, Buck Owens, Merle Haggard and his deepest influence, Hank Williams—Mackey has just released his first album entirely comprised of his own music.
Arts columnist Matt Peiken lays out his “Top Nine Discoveries” about artists, events and cultural oddities that shaped and sharpened his appreciation for local music in 2013.
A mother of three in West Price Hill may be without a home when the holidays roll around.
Few other American cities boast such a welcoming landscape for exploring homegrown music. It all begins with something simple yet astonishing: The bars most devoted to live local music don’t charge people to walk through the door.
Cincinnati's underground scene is coming together this weekend for a first of its kind event in Ubahn Music Festival , featuring A-list acts in one of the most unique venues in the city -- the transit tunnel underneath Second Street.
Jetset Getset is a trio of 16-year-old girls from Dearborn County, Ind., serving up a country-pop mix of twang, rock and do-wop, with underlying slices of faith and high-heeled cheesecake.
Down the halls of Grant County Middle School, you'll find a festive box off to the side, because of a 7th-grader who wants to help others.
Cincinnati’s ninth annual Bosom Ball for Breast Cancer, hosted by radio station Q102, will kick off Thursday night and feature famous music artists from across the country.
Folksy, rootsy, internationally acclaimed singer/songwriter Daniel Martin Moore is doing a handful of shows in his beloved Kentucky this weekend, including a stop at Molly Malone’s Saturday.
It was another successful year for MidPoint Music Festival as crowds came out to various downtown venues Saturday for the final evening. See images of performers and crowds here.
Photos of Thursday's action at downtown and OTR's MidPoint Music Festival.
Check out the lineup and schedule for Thursday at MPMF.13.